Micro Museum

Micro Museum Micro Museum® a living art center. AC/DC Window (ambient kinetic art) after dark in 2nd fl window. Established 1986. Visit www.micromuseum.com for details.
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Follow Micro Museum on facebook and instagram PAWI - Promote Art Works, Inc. - AKA as Micro Museum - A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, a Registered Trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office, a Registered Charity for the State of NY.

Follow Micro Museum on facebook and instagram PAWI - Promote Art Works, Inc. - AKA as Micro Museum - A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, a Registered Trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office, a Registered Charity for the State of NY.

Operating as usual

I love African fabric!
03/04/2021

I love African fabric!

Fab news
03/04/2021
OpenCultureWORKS

Fab news

OpenCultureWORKS partners with artists, arts groups, and cultural organizations to bring live performing arts programs and events to streets, parks, plazas, and other public spaces. OpenCultureWORKS grew out of a desire to help ensure the smooth launch and continued success of New York City’s Open...

Love art jokes
03/02/2021

Love art jokes

From Dave Coverly! High recommend on his 25th anniversary of Speedbump book, too: https://www.speedbump.com/

The arts are well worth a personal investment.
02/27/2021
Two-Thirds of New York City’s Arts and Culture Jobs Are Gone

The arts are well worth a personal investment.

New York City’s museums, sports arenas and entertainment venues are slowly coming back to life. But the sector has contracted dramatically under the pressure of the global pandemic, according to a report from the state Comptroller’s Office.

Just a gigantic fan. HBD!
02/21/2021

Just a gigantic fan. HBD!

Thankyou for all your beautiful birthday messages!
88 years young!
Lots of love,
yoko

Opportunities!
02/18/2021
Arts Workshop Grants Up to $15,000

Opportunities!

NeON Arts—a free program of the Neighborhood Opportunity Network—seeks artists and arts organizations to implement arts projects in neighborhoods across NYC.

02/17/2021

During Black History Month I wanna shout out to the countless of Black artists, inventors, political advocates, and entrepreneurs who changed our lives. We never say thank you enough. Just taking a minute to express gratitude. One month is not enough.

Brilliant
02/08/2021
Eva Weiss | Portrait Awards 2021 Entry

Brilliant

Check out Eva’s entry to the LensCulture Portrait Awards 2021! Share this post and help discover the best photography from all over the world! #lensculture

our cousins are amazing
02/06/2021

our cousins are amazing

Grandalas birds, North Sikkim, India
📷 @Aviantrails

NYC snowjob
02/02/2021

NYC snowjob

New York has been buried in snow, wowza!

A snow day in Central Park ❄️ Credit FlyNYON

Address

123 Smith St
New York, NY
11201

F & G train to Bergen Street. B75 to Dean & Smith Streets.

General information

A not for profit art organization and conceptually a significant force in the economic development of Smith Street. Artists always go to edges and thrive, Micro Museum is pioneering new ground everyday by cultivating and collaborating with professional innovators. An interactive tradition since 1986 created by artist Kathleen Laziza and her team of collaborators including William Laziza, Designer of Videokineses experiences. Micro Museum has an ambient window display in the 2nd floor window that is best seen after dark. It is called AC/DC Window.

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Less than one week left to apply to be part of NYC’s largest recurring community art initiative! Make a #SingforHope Piano your canvas and the streets of NYC your gallery. Apply at https://www.singforhope.org/pianos/become-an-artist/ by December 9th, and don’t forget to tell your artist friends.
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2019 SING FOR HOPE PIANO ARTISTS! Be a part of NYC’s largest recurring community art initiative, which has placed over 450 pianos throughout the five boroughs since 2010. For three weeks, the Sing for Hope Pianos remain outdoors for anyone and everyone to play. We then donate the pianos to local schools, healthcare facilities, and community-based organizations so they can reach under-resourced New Yorkers year-round. https://www.singforhope.org/pianos/become-an-artist/